The ITS Edulab research program is above all practical: the program aims to solve real-life traffic related issues. Rijkswaterstaat, the operator of the Dutch main road network, formulates the research questions in cooperation with people from the educational institutes.
Below we have listed all current research questions in alphabetical order.
A rapid detection of incidents is necessary for a swift recovery of traffic after the occurrence of incidents. There are… Read More
Big data is everywhere. But how can it be used in urban traffic management? Or in traffic information services that… Read More
The Dutch highway network is increasingly congested. Apart from fixed bottlenecks, this is for about 20% caused by incidents. In… Read More
Traffic management is an important tool to relieve congestion problems. For traffic management knowledge about the current traffic situation is… Read More
Cooperative and automated driving have drawn a lot of attention the last couple of years. Experiments with automated driving are… Read More
Economically seen, it makes sense to vary the cost of using the road with the availability of road capacity. Politically,… Read More
It is obvious that traffic has effects on the environment. Cars use fuel, produce noise and emit toxic gasses. Not to mention… Read More
Informed travelers can better decide which route to take, and even whether or not to start traveling. Especially in case… Read More
The Netherlands have a great deal of experience with implementing and evaluating intelligent transport systems (ITS). Since 1990, an improved… Read More